Three of our final State Teams of the Year – St. Augustine of San Diego in D2, San Marino in D4 and Notre Dame of Riverside in D5 – did not win CIF state bowl game titles. The other two – De La Salle in D1 and Central Catholic of Modesto in D3 – were pretty obvious. Go inside to read why these choices were made and which teams came the closest to finishing No. 1 in each division.
For list of all-time state teams of the year according to five-division format, CLICK HERE.
With the CIF bowl games now in 13 divisions and with it basically impossible to place teams into those divisions in a weekly format, we rebooted our traditional five-division state rankings first done in 1975. For a section-by-section updated look at which divisions each team in the state was placed this season, CLICK HERE.
Note: There are not going to be separate free and premium posts for new rankings this season in any sport. All new and final rankings will be for Gold Club members only. This also is a great time to sign up for our Gold Club to see all of our great content, including just published 20,000 word feature on the 50 greatest football teams in state history. Some of the all-state football teams also will be Gold Club, including All-State Underclass. Our yearly rate has gone up, but you can now get it for just $9.99 to check it out for three months. For details, CLICK HERE.